Gene Sequencing Reveals Something Fishy at the Supermarket

via New York Times:

“Recent studies by researchers in North America and Europe harnessing the new techniques have consistently found that 20 to 25 percent of the seafood products they check are fraudulently identified, fish geneticists say.”

http://www.nytimes.com/2011/05/27/science/earth/27fish.html

more: http://urlet.com/sunoasis.sixties

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One Response to “Gene Sequencing Reveals Something Fishy at the Supermarket”

  1. Black Flag Says:

    Just like selling sting ray as scallops…most people deserve to get burned. I like to sig heil anyone works for government, why have they allowed fake seafood to be sold?

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